AIT launches new tooling subsidiary

  • 04-Mar-2010 06:36 EST

Advanced Integration Technology (AIT), an industrial automation and tooling company delivering fully integrated plant floor systems to the aerospace industry, has expanded its manufacturing capabilities with the opening of a new subsidiary, Advanced Integrated Tooling Solutions (AITS) in Chesterfield Township, MI. At the new 312,000-ft² facility, AITS will deliver a range of custom equipment, machines, and tooling used in the manufacture and assembly of commercial, business, and military aircraft in the U.S. and internationally. Additionally, AITS will provide design services, as well as high-precision fabrication, machining, and assembly, to serve emerging high-technology tooling needs in other industries that are aligned with the company’s core competencies.

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